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Incidents of rape continue unabated in Bihar
Panicked villagers chart out their own laws to protect girls and women from rape
if some one had helped her she would be alive today and would be enjoying her life. Really it was bad that no one helped her and the people saw her when she was in trouble, really it was very shamefull
hamdan almansoori, umm all qwaine, United Arab Emirates
Really the gang rape was very inhuman and heart touching, I cried and my blood was burning when I read this article. Everyone of us must open eyes and feel ashamed of ourselves that when one woman is screaming for help, we are saving our lives. If some one helped those people at the right time, may be we would have saved her life. As a mother, I request all brothers and sisters why can't we think if same situation comes to our own family members, then also we will keep quite? So, please wake up and at least from now we will behave as human beings. And as a tribute to the rape victim, Govt should punish them as per the girl's opinion. This is the public demand and voice of the women which the Indian Govt should accept and punish them accordingly as a tribute to the girl and also a warning to everyone who will do such a act.
Sana Mehaboob, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The internet connection, video gaming, cinema and satellite should also be banned in the State of Bihar. Men & youths of this generation are constantly being influenced by violence and abusive material they are viewing and mimic the same on the weak around them. There should be a similar blanket law for men in these areas as they are misusing the authority and power God provided, instead of using it for the protection and safety of humanity. Selfishness and lack of love for others has turned our men and women into animals.
Sawmya, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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